I’ll begin this by saying:
“Write every day, even if it’s total crap. You’re putting forth the effort, and out of that can become something you’ve never imagined.”
I had heard, or read that a writer I love had said to write every day, whether or not you like it (I know we all love procrastinating! :O), so I’d just like to point out that the words are not mine. I could go on forever about speaking about getting up and doing something, and I really need to start listening to myself. My Summer is almost over, and school will be starting soon, and I’ve done absolutely nothing but sit around and watch Youtube.com all day. (NO JOKE).
Therefore, I’m spending the next few days writing, whether I want to or not because once I get into it, I could do it for hours. I’m just a pro at procrastinating, and I absolutely hate it. Anyway, once you are able to write something everyday, ideas will begin to flow faster, you’ll come up with things you never thought possible, and that’s coming from someone that has experienced it quite a lot before.
A writer’s mind is something that cannot be rationally explained, because nothing rational usually goes on in it most of the time anyway. (Or is that just me?) Well, I am off for the next few hours to allow myself to get sucked back into writing my novel and writing some poetry as well. But, I was going to ask: Does anyone else find that when listening to music with lyrics, those words from those lyrics end up in your piece of writing? That’s why I try to listen to an instrumental that sets the mood of my piece when I’m writing, because music can be very influential.
I leave you with a few pictures that might spark something (Just maybe :D).